Hostal Cervantes

C/Constitucion 58 Daganzo de Arriba, Madrid, Madrid, 28814, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on C/Constitucion 58 Daganzo de Arriba, Madrid, is near Gateway of the Sun (Puerta del Sol), Museo Casa Natal de Cervantes, and AquaMadrid.
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    Cancelled flights are lame

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on Jul 15, 2014

    ... s the last big meal I have for a week.

    I got to see Vivi for a few minutes when she finished work so I got to say bye to her and thanks for letting me crash on her couch for the week. While I didn’t take a Spanish course while in Spain like I had planned, I think I’ve picked up a few little things and then I’ll take a course when I arrive in Bogota. This trip to Cuba is going to be a good test though, because I’m not ...

    Day 20 - Madrid

    A travel blog entry by britt.mark on May 11, 2014

    10 photos

    ... good sense prevailed and the Mighty Cabbies of Madrid came through again.

    We saw more Goyas, Titians, Rubens, Valasquezs, great masters, little known masters and just great painters than you can poke a stick at. You want Roman marbles, they have rooms of them.
    They even have groups of roaming Japanese committed to standing in front of anything of interest. We assume they are ...

    Feeling the Energy of Madrid

    A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Nov 03, 2013

    20 photos

    ... in 1850 when the church wouldn't financially support the arts. You would think the Royal Opera would be extravagant and flashy on the exterior, but it's quite plain and lacklustre, which we learnt is because the queen wouldn't allow it to have a nicer exterior than her Royal palace behind it. Inside, however, it looks like one would expect the Royal Opera house to look. Similarly the Almudena Cathedral near the palace also does ...

    Hola Madrid

    A travel blog entry by mjc63 on Jul 29, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... tour made a brief stop at La Taperia where we ordered a drink and sampled a Tapas. Fiona is soooo excited about the tapas! We were taken through a huge park which is only a quarter of its original size which was owned by the royal family. In the park there is amongst other things a very large lake that was built. The original purpose of the lake was to satisfy the hobby of one of the kings who liked to re-enact great sea battles. So he had models of the Spanish Armada that ...

    Familial Ties in Spain

    A travel blog entry by hksanner on Jul 15, 2013

    ... many elderly individuals that provided an accessible and relaxing way to enjoy the city. Elderly people were sitting together, taking care of grandchildren or walking with a middle-aged caregiver/child. The more I walked the more I could visually see the cultural differences in terms of the reliance on family. In no other city was I able to witness so many casual, public interactions as I was observing in the park. What ...